About privileges and households with spouses
Accounts in our system, by design, represent a single complete household. For this reason, we allow accounts to store information about the account holder and their spouse. Accounts can also store information about other household members, like children and pets.
Because accounts represent a household, when an account is given administrative privileges, the privileges are given to the household. Anyone who can log into the account (typically just the account holder and/or their spouse) will have access to the account's administrative privileges.
It's not possible for our system to distinguish who is behind the screen logging into a shared account; therefore, it's also not possible to disable administrative privileges for specific people on an account.